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Television Serves Its Community


Published 1960


Shows how television programs are prepared for transmission to the homes of a community. Follows three programs as they are planned, rehearsed and televised. Shows the use of live cameras, film, magnetic tape and remote pick-ups from trucks and helicopters.

This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more information


Producer ary Goldsmith - Dimension Films
Audio/Visual sound, color

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Reviewer: Spuzz - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 4, 2016
Subject: This Polka Dance is brought to you by this ham
Fun movie that shows us early tv put together a broadcast of a parade, a news roundup, and a polka dance. The polka dance gets the most attention in the film, no complaints there. Great gilmpses of early stock footage rooms. Reccomended!
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